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Definition of post-paid in English:

adjective& adverb

(With reference to a letter or parcel) on which postage has already been paid: [as adjective]: use the post-paid envelope provided
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  • They recently sent me a letter, with a post-paid envelope and a request to re-subscribe or at least write back and explain why I'd given up on them.
  • Stacks of questionnaires are on hand for us to fill in and send to the Guildhall by March 14 in the post-paid envelopes that are also supplied.
  • The DVD is beautifully packaged in a bag that doubles as a post-paid return envelope - the whole concept is well thought out.

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